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Kiev’s Twister Restaurant Serves Molecular Food & Cocktails In an Earthy Atmosphere

Posted By Ana Lisa On January 24, 2012 @ 4:32 pm In green Interiors,Green Materials | No Comments

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Ukraine’s capital Kiev [1] has a new restaurant where you can feel like a bird while drinking a cocktail or eating molecular style food. Designed by local architects Serghii Makhno [2] and Vasiliy Butenko [3], Twister Restaurant was inspired by two natural phenomenas: tornado and rain. Featuring round tables that seem to float, hanging luminaires that ressemble rain drops, pine cone-shaped soft seats, and a whole area covered with thatched sticks, this Kiev restaurant is not your average cafe.

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Natural, comfortable and very modern, Twister features two areas that comprise a two-storeyed dining section and relaxing bar space. With a bar space completely covered with biodegradable [4] wooden sticks [5]and a color pallete with earthy-tones, one could feel inside a cosy nest. The restaurant’s modern furniture juxtaposes with the browns, ochres and beiges, creating a natural, yet very sleek innovative atmosphere to enjoy a drink or two.

+ Serghii Makhno [2]

+ Vasiliy Butenko [3]

Photos © Makhno / Vasiliy Butenko


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[1] Kiev: http://www.kiev.info/

[2] Serghii Makhno: http://mahno.com.ua/en

[3] Vasiliy Butenko: http://vasiliybutenko.com/index.php

[4] biodegradable: http://inhabitat.com/israel-based-solskin-studio-creates-biodegradable-objects-from-orange-skins/

[5] wooden sticks : http://inhabitat.com/stunning-swedish-treehotel-opens-this-weekend/

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